The FBCH vision is to bring hope to hurting children, to show that the love of Jesus changes lives and to impact the life of One More Child.  From the opening of our first orphanage in 1904 to our present-day ministries that have   expanded to provide safe, stable, Christian homes and services to children and families in need across the state and around the globe, we are honored to be helping children in tangible ways.

In 2020, FBCH had the privilege of touching more than 324,400 children and individuals through our 22 ministry sites and campuses, foster care services, adoption services, Brave Moms, emergency care, compassion ministries, anti-trafficking and more. Whether it’s providing clean diapers (goal in 2021 is donating 1 million diapers) to a newborn baby, food for a hungry child, safety for an abused child, or foster or adoptive homes to children in    crisis, we work to share with children who have been abused, neglected and abandoned the protective and healing love of Jesus. Calvary Baptist supports the local FBCH on Chemstrand Road with food, diapers and supplies throughout the year, and gives to all 22 FBCH entities through the Cooperative Program.

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